Tania Rispoli is a PhD student in Romance Studies–Italian track. Her interests include: political theory, both early-modern and contemporary, Marxism and Feminism. She is also co-editor of the Italian website dinamopress.it and part of the Non Una di Meno / Ni Una Menos global feminist movement.
Anwulika Ngozi Okonjo is an undergraduate student at Duke University, currently completing her BA in International Comparative Studies with a Concentration in Africa and dual minors in Chinese and Visual Media studies. As a fellow in Duke’s Social Movements Lab, she began her research on African feminists movements, which led to the creation of Through[…]
Roxana Bendezú was born in Lima, Perú. She migrated to the United States in 1999. In 2013 she collaborated with the Office of Migration and Refugees of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops in Washington, DC to mobilize Catholic parishioners in key districts to advocate for immigrants’ rights. In 2015 she accepted a position as[…]
Elia Romera Figueroa completed her BA in English and French Language and Cultures at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. During those years, the Centre for Latin American Studies (CEAL) awarded her with a stay at Universidade de Sâo Paulo. She then received a grant to study at UMASS Lowell for another semester. She earned her[…]
Amanda Bennett, an Atlanta native, is a first-year PhD student in the Literature program at Duke University. She also holds a BA and an MA from the University of Alabama. Her interests include critical race theory, continental philosophy, black Marxism, and cultural studies.